A pairing made in music heaven.
Georgian indie rock band of Montreal has a taste for theatrics, that's why they hooked up with the impeccably, if eccentrically, styled siren Janelle Monáe on their new record (and Monae's featured them on hers as well).
Both artists are hitting the Granada Theater in Dallas on Nov. 2 (next Tuesday) and it's a show you won't want to miss. I'm not. Look forward to a review of the show in an upcoming edition of the News-Telegram.
Of Montreal's avant-garde disco/electronic rock brings an eclectic mix of music styles for the thorougly modern listener. Janelle Monáe's old soul r&b has electronic flourishes that blossom with rock guitars, making her as musically diverse as of Montreal's own stylings. The two fit perfectly into the sound of 2010 - gone are genre classifications, and from their ashes rise the blended and exciting stylings that cannot fully be described by telling.
So let me show you:
Janelle Monáe on David Letterman earlier this year: (via YouTube)
of Montreal performing their single, "Coquet, Coquette" at the Granada earlier this year (via YouTube):
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